Daisy Rebecca Lowe is an English beauty and the latest to be featured in the “Woman We Love” section of the UK edition of Esquire magazine. It’s not hard to see why. The 5′ 11″ tall model is breath-taking in lingerie… and less.
While the 21-year-old is not that well known in the United States — yet — she is building a budding film career and has modeled and done photo shoots all across Europe. What’s more she has a music pedigree!
Her father is Gavin Rossdale, front man for the band Bush and her mother, Pearl Lowe, is a singer/songwriter, who now works as a textile and fashion designer.
Rossdale, 44, is best known in the United States as the husband of pop/ska singer Gwen Stefani.
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Lowe began modeling at age two, and starting doing photo shoots when she was 12 years old. At 15, she was approached by a talent scout and signed with Select, a London modeling agency.
Lowe caught the eye of Karl Lagerfeld and modeled for Chanel.
She’s also walked runways in New York, Milan and London for Topshop and designers such as PPQ, Nanette Lepore, Sue Stemp, Charlotte Ronson, Henry Holland and Vivienne Westwood.
Her budding career as an actress includes stints on the BBC Two documentary “Class of 2008,” and co-hosting Glamour’s Best Dressed 2008 with Peaches Geldof. She’s also appeared in a number of music videos.
Last year, Lowe was featured in “The First Days of Spring,” the band Noah and the Whale’s film accompaniment to their second album. She also recorded with Mark Ronson in New York.